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This organization is committed to ensuring girls get the opportunity to attend school in Africa, India, and other countries. And we were thrilled to be able to donate $1,000 to their cause. See more at www.daysforgirls.org
 
 
 
Hans and Sterling took Shirley and Trish on a fun trip in their little sportscars!
 
 
 
Rotary Club of Salmon Arm presents a cheque for $2000 to Sue McCrae, President of the Shuswap Music Festival.
 
 
 
Rotary Club of Salmon Arm presents Shuswap Theatre Society with a cheque for $1000. The funds are accepted by Joyce Henderson, President. The funds will be used for audio equipment that will assist the hearing impaired in the audience.
 
 
 
 

Welcome to the Salmon Arm Rotary Club

We are a group of committed and interesting people - who love to serve the community.  We are also very social and enjoy one another's company.  We have been in existence since 1946 and serving the community with many different projects.  If you want more information Contact Us.  To see what we're up to on a regular basis, click the link to Facebook at the top right of this page.

We meet Mondays at 12:10 PM at the Podollan Inn located at 1460 Trans Canada Hwy NE Salmon Arm V1E 4N1 (See Map). Doors open at 11:45AM. Lunch cost is $13. Meeting only $8 (includes coffee, tea, water).

Our mailing address is:
Salmon Arm Rotary Club, PO Box 224, Salmon Arm, BC V1E 4N3

 

Check out clubs in our area www.ourrotary.com

 

 
Home Page Stories
 
Our President Ross and his wife Fiona were guests of the Rotary Club of Deer Park, Washington in mid August where Ross spoke of his experience as a polio survivor.
 
 
 
 
Good fun with all our Rotary friends - great weather, great food, great friends - what more could you ask for?
 
 
 
 
 
 
In July this year, judges from the Communities in Bloom project visited Salmon Arm.  Representatives from all three Salmon Arm Clubs were on hand for the event.
 
 
 
 
Project Peanut Butter seeks to advance the treatment of severe malnutrition, the single largest cause of child death in the world today, using effective, locally produced ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTF). This nonprofit is formed to provide needed nutritional and medical support primarily to children suffering from severe acute malnutrition in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond, and Rotary is a major supporter, including our own Club.
 
 
 
Canadian John Bell went to Guatemala as a young man with the Peace Corp. and met Alex Galvez ; paraplegic and in a wheelchair for life because as a 14 year old walking home from school he had been caught in a gang war in Guatemala City and shot. The relationship formed has spanned their adult lives and built what Transitions is today.  In 2000 a member of our club , working in Guatemala on a surgical team had the privilege of meeting John and Alex and  was inspired by what they were achieving. When our club learned of the dedication, commitment and amazing accomplishments of Transitions we knew we wanted to support them and have for many years.
 
 
 
 
 
Speakers
Sep 05, 2016
No Meeting
Labour Day
Sep 12, 2016
Jerre Paquette
Elder Abuse
Sep 19, 2016
TBA
BIO
Sep 26, 2016
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Aug 29
Door
Brown, Norman
 
Inspirational Moment
Lee Hai, Winston
 
Sheriff
Vennard, Kathryn
 
Jokester
Harris, Fiona
 
Tickets
Killick, Bruce
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
Club Calendar
 
 
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